When firms do not benefit from collaborative experience: Differences in the intensity and nature of interorganizational relationships

A.A. ter Wiel, P.W.L. Vlaar

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Nature of the new firm: The blurring of boundaries within and between organisations and institutions
EditorsK. Mccarthy, M. Fiolet, W.A. Dolfsma
Place of PublicationCheltenham
PublisherEdward Elgar
Pages138-153
Number of pages21
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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ter Wiel, A. A., & Vlaar, P. W. L. (2011). When firms do not benefit from collaborative experience: Differences in the intensity and nature of interorganizational relationships. In K. Mccarthy, M. Fiolet, & W. A. Dolfsma (Eds.), The Nature of the new firm: The blurring of boundaries within and between organisations and institutions (pp. 138-153). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
ter Wiel, A.A. ; Vlaar, P.W.L. / When firms do not benefit from collaborative experience: Differences in the intensity and nature of interorganizational relationships. The Nature of the new firm: The blurring of boundaries within and between organisations and institutions. editor / K. Mccarthy ; M. Fiolet ; W.A. Dolfsma. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2011. pp. 138-153
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When firms do not benefit from collaborative experience: Differences in the intensity and nature of interorganizational relationships. / ter Wiel, A.A.; Vlaar, P.W.L.

The Nature of the new firm: The blurring of boundaries within and between organisations and institutions. ed. / K. Mccarthy; M. Fiolet; W.A. Dolfsma. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2011. p. 138-153.

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ter Wiel AA, Vlaar PWL. When firms do not benefit from collaborative experience: Differences in the intensity and nature of interorganizational relationships. In Mccarthy K, Fiolet M, Dolfsma WA, editors, The Nature of the new firm: The blurring of boundaries within and between organisations and institutions. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 2011. p. 138-153